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National Pro Bono Aspirational Target
Australian Pro Bono News
National Law Firm Pro Bono Survey
National Pro Bono PI Insurance Scheme
Our Other Publications

What’s New

Australian Pro Bono News Issue 121 September 2017

In this issue we review the launch of our guide for in-house corporate lawyers and the insights gained so far from our conversations with corporate counsel. Also in this issue, reporting on pro bono hours undertaken at and for CLCs by NACLC, and under the Centre’s own PI insurance scheme, reveal encouraging growth in pro bono legal work. The last month has yielded some fascinating pro bono stories in the news and we’ve curated the best articles from around the country and the world. Read this issue now.

MEDIA RELEASE: Pro Bono Centre Applauds Pro Bono Lawyers

29 August 2017: In the face of attacks from Minister Peter Dutton on private law firms acting pro bono for asylum seekers and refugees, the Australian Pro Bono Centre has defended the commitment of lawyers who undertake pro bono legal work in Australia.

Download the NEW pro bono guide for in-house corporate lawyers

Just launched! We’ve created this free resource especially for in-house corporate lawyers, to equip you for pro bono legal work. Download it here.

NEW Strategic Plan 2017-2020

The Centre’s 2017-2020 Strategic Plan has been finalised and is now available for download here.

Conversations With Corporates: Why pro bono?

In-house lawyers are a significant part of the legal landscape. Our conversations with corporate counsel have revealed some common themes. When it comes to pro bono, in-house corporate lawyers and their employers can both meaningfully contribute to, and greatly benefit from, doing pro bono. Gabriela Christian-Hare, our Head of Strategy & Policy, shares some of these insights in this article.

Free Guide: Client management and self-care

Client management and self-care — a guide for pro bono lawyersThis online resource is designed to be tailored and used to meet training requirements for lawyers participating in pro bono work. The Guide can also be adapted for use more broadly across the legal assistance sector.

The result of a collaborative effort between Sparke Helmore Lawyers, Henry Davis York, Clayton Utz and McCabes Lawyers, the Guide has had substantial input from the legal assistance sector, other law firms, experts in mental health and the Centre.

Available in PDF and Word.

What’s New

Australian Pro Bono News: Issue 121 September 2017

In this issue we review the launch of our guide for in-house corporate lawyers and the insights gained so far from our conversations with corporate counsel. Also in this issue, reporting on pro bono hours undertaken at and for CLCs by NACLC, and under the Centre’s own PI insurance scheme, reveal encouraging growth in pro bono legal work. The last month has yielded some fascinating pro bono stories in the news and we’ve curated the best articles from around the country and the world. Read this issue now.

MEDIA RELEASE: Pro Bono Centre Applauds Pro Bono Lawyers

29 August 2017: In the face of attacks from Minister Peter Dutton on private law firms acting pro bono for asylum seekers and refugees, the Australian Pro Bono Centre has defended the commitment of lawyers who undertake pro bono legal work in Australia.

Download the NEW pro bono guide for in-house corporate lawyers

We’ve created this free resource especially for in-house corporate lawyers, to equip you for pro bono legal work. Download it here.

NEW Strategic Plan 2017-2020

The Centre’s 2017-2020 Strategic Plan has been finalised and is now available for download here.

Conversations With Corporates: Why pro bono?

In-house lawyers are a significant part of the legal landscape. Our conversations with corporate counsel have revealed some common themes. When it comes to pro bono, in-house corporate lawyers and their employers can both meaningfully contribute to, and greatly benefit from, doing pro bono. Gabriela Christian-Hare, our Head of Strategy & Policy, shares some of these insights in this article.

Free Guide: Client management and self-care

Client management and self-care — a guide for pro bono lawyersThis online resource is designed to be tailored and used to meet training requirements for lawyers participating in pro bono work. The Guide can also be adapted for use more broadly across the legal assistance sector.

The result of a collaborative effort between Sparke Helmore Lawyers, Henry Davis York, Clayton Utz and McCabes Lawyers, the Guide has had substantial input from the legal assistance sector, other law firms, experts in mental health and the Centre.

Available in PDF and Word.

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